The American Nightmare Cody Rhodes has been off WWE television for quite a while now. Fans are eagerly awaiting the return of Dusty’s son to the WWE. Many believe that Rhodes is destined to make it to the dreamland once he makes his return, and Cody himself has fueled the fire of his impending comeback lately.

Cody Rhodes returned to the WWE at WrestleMania 38 as Seth Rollins’ surprise opponent. He made a shocking reemergence after spending nearly seven years away from the company reinventing himself into a bonafide main event attraction. The Prodigal son had an amazing ongoing feud with Seth Rollins, not before suffering a major shoulder injury before his third match with the Drip God at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Despite the injury, Cody Rhodes valiantly fought and defeated Seth Rollins inside the steel structure. He announced the following night that he would taking a hiatus to rehab for his torn pectoral muscle.

Since then, fans have speculated that Cody Rhodes will return as a surprise entrant in the Royal Rumble match in 2023. Rhodes himself recently ignited the fuel, posting a story on Instagram, seemingly packing his in-ring gear for travel with caption, and mentioning Peacock as well.

“Something Something @peacocktv”

Cody Rhodes’ story could be indicative of WWE specials being filmed featuring the American Nightmare, or perhaps doing the final preparations for his upcoming return to the ring. It is safe to assume that Cody Rhodes would be inserted into the world title picture immediately upon his return.

Do you think Cody Rhodes will return at the Royal Rumble 2023? Sound off in the comments!

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